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20 November, 2014
Green World City Organisation is a global alliance of CEOs, senior executives and experts of organisations involved in creating sustainable projects in over 120 countries. They are inviting CEOs, business leaders and experts interested in the business opportunities in creating better future cities at CEO & BUSINESS LEADERS SUMMIT.
Where: Skye Venue, Sydney Tower, Sydney, NSW.
When: 9am – 5pm, Thursday 20 November, 2014.
Cost: Various, check site for details.
Click here for more info.
While all scientists are tasked with searching for the truth, Canadian academic and environmentalist, David Suzuki, takes it all one step further by also asking about the meaning of that truth.
July 1 - September 30, 2013
The search is on for the country's most ethical organisation. An initiative of Moral Fairground and Australian Ethical Investment, The Ethical Enterprise Award is an acknowledgment of the positive social and economic impact of a business through innovation and ethical practices. Whether large or small, not-for-profit or otherwise, all businesses who believe that their organisation provides societal, environmental and economic benefits are invited to apply. The winner will gain national recognition, as well as a host of other benefits such as media and promotional opportunities and business development packages. The award will be announced on the November 29, 2013.
For more information, or to apply for the award, visit www.moralfairground.com.au
From the foothills of Colorado, USA, Hunter Lovins is a woman convincing big businesses globally to become more sustainable.
Escaping listless days at a corporate desk, these entrepreneurs had green dreams and took the daunting step to make them reality.
The carbon price is a game changer. A carbon price is the most important and transformative changes to the economy since the floating of the dollar and the GST. Despite the Coalition's "blood oath" to scrap it after the next election, everyone expects it will stay in place. The world is watching Australia.
Today is World Environment Day, and the theme is ‘The green economy – does it include you?’, so G thought we'd provide five top tips for Auzzie businesses to help prepare for 1 July.
An important question - if corporations have the same legal status as a living human, what kind of person would it be?
Releasing the first barista-standard reusable cup, KeepCup, Abigail Forsyth used her practical knowledge from working in hospitality to complement her natural business savvy.
With the carbon legislation passed through the lower house this week, business are in planning mode.